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Lisa Law & Ray Belcher

This show has moved to the Edition One Gallery on Canyon Road.

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EDITION ONE GALLERY is pleased to be expanding west from Canyon Road to join JFD GALLERY in presenting a rare vintage photography exhibition with two of New Mexico’s premier long time residents and photographic chroniclers, Lisa Law and Ray Belcher. Both photographers offer a deep knowledge of the scenes and residents of New Mexico and will be exhibiting iconic portraits and New Mexico landscapes spanning 50 years. Curated by Pilar Law, the exhibition features a selection of one-of-a-kind vintage prints from the archives of both photographers.

Lisa Law has spent five decades photographing the shifting tides of American culture. Her reputation is built on photographs unique for their startling sense of intimacy and spontaneity. Her early New Mexico photographs feature intimate portraits of Dennis Hopper and Janis Joplin, and chronicle the  era  of the   hippie   migration   from the

Lisa Law Phography

west and east coasts to New Mexico, along with their cultural crossings with the traditional elders of Taos Pueblo, and communities of Truchas, El Rito, and Abiquiu and Santa Fe. 

Ray Belcher Photography

Ray Belcher

came to Santa Fe from California in the mid-1970s, having earned a National Endowment for the Arts grant which he used  to travel  and   photograph. A man of

true artistic discipline and tradition, Belcher is one of the few photographers who still utilizes the black and white silver gelatin printing process and pursues a life of work based primarily on the skies and landscapes of Galisteo and more recently, Santa Fe. Belcher seeks out landscapes without human activity and enjoys the “pure access” it gives him to look at the world and see it with his imagination. Wind also plays a big role in Belcher’s photography: “You have to consider the wind in the composition of any photograph,” says Belcher, “the energy of the wind is compressed in the landscape... you find out what the wind has see what was in the ocean a long time ago.”

Lisa Law

Ray Belcher

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